posted on Oct, 30 2011 @ 11:01 PM
There is a question on another post tonight asking why would we automatically hate a NWO? Truth is, how could it possibly be worse than the system we
have now? I will to leave that specific debate to that forum.
Still, this brought a few other things to mind and I wanted to see if anyone else wants to add their input. In addition to the question about a NWO, I
have often pondered the predispositioned negative response to the word "socialism". On the surface, I have wondered if it were carried out right (as
if it were possible), wouldn't far more people benefit than suffer? I'm not saying we should throw out our democracy, as if we really had one, but
there are some good characteristics to be found in other things we have been conditioned to oppose. I hope others will put some thoughts together and
contribute, but I doubt we will solve the world's problems, it is only an exercise I'm throwing out there. Doesn't have to be limited to political,
either. Feel free to include any subject that may cause you to think or rethink something from different perspectives. There are many, many
exceptional thinkers on ATS, and I would love to see some of the profound thought processes you guys are capable of.
So, the first two things I can offer in the category of it should be good but probably isn't are 1) socialism, and 2) NWO.
Hope to see some good ideas.